Experience. It’s a word you’ll hear Nutrien Sales Manager Brian Essinger use frequently. As a training pillar, Essinger says he cannot stress enough the importance of experience.READ MORE
If you’re a fan of TikTok, Tyler Tobald of JTAC Farms does a great job of breaking through the marketing to give honest on-farm reviews. The young musician-turned-farmer lends a unique perspective to his family’s farming operation that includes capitalizing on out-of-the-box opportunities and practices with a focus on technology.
“Dr. TikTok,” as our host, Mike DiPaola, Chief Commercial Officer, jokingly refers to Tobald, has been making waves on the social channels and, in doing so, inadvertently sharing a message that is near and dear to the Taranis mission: making agriculture better by bringing small communities together through information and using service to bring people closer.
Understanding your harvest results is crucial for optimizing future crop inputs and farming practices. Now that the combines are winding down, take a moment to reflect on your harvest. Here are some questions to consider when evaluating your harvest results:
When Jon Bottiger moved back to manage the family farm after 20 years of navigating New York City, the Denton, Kansas native brought the shrewd business acumen he had developed managing a multi-million-dollar hedge fund to the rich soils of Doniphan County.
As the world of agriculture continues to evolve, so does our ability to gather data at unprecedented levels of granularity. One of the most groundbreaking developments in this regard is the ability to obtain submillimeter-resolution images indicating stand counts, weed pressure, nutrient deficiencies, disease, and insect damage—what we at Taranis refer to as leaf-level insights.
As Labor Day approaches, it's a great time to kick back, fire up the grill, and enjoy some well-deserved relaxation. But while you're savoring those burgers and hotdogs, don't forget to tip your hat to the real unsung heroes of this holiday – the hardworking farmers who put in sweat and love to bring food to our plates. Here are three down-to-earth reasons why giving a shout-out to our farming friends is a must this Labor Day:
Welcome to the third and final blog in the series about AI in Agriculture, inspired by the white paper Agriculture and Artificial Intelligence: How to Effectively Implement AI in Precision Agriculture.
In this blog, we will focus on the singular aspects of the agriculture industry that make the application of AI methodologies more complex than in other industries.